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The destination is situated on the RD 3, which is positioned between Epernay (13 km away) and Chalons en Champagne (17 km away). It is approximately a 10-minute drive from the A26 motorway, specifically the Fagnières-Epernay exit.



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Notes: 1 bedroom with bathroom and separate toilet. 1 two-bedroom suite with shared bathroom and toilet (170 with breakfast included)
Apartment 1 100 30


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  • Reims Cathedral: Located in the nearby city of Reims, Reims Cathedral is a stunning example of Gothic architecture and a UNESCO World Heritage site. It is renowned for its beautiful stained glass windows and the historical significance of being the coronation site of French kings.
  • Champagne Houses in Épernay: Just a short drive away, Épernay is considered the capital of Champagne and is home to numerous prestigious Champagne houses. Visitors can explore the cellars, learn about the Champagne-making process, and indulge in tastings at renowned houses such as Moët & Chandon and Mercier.
  • Musée de la Reddition: Situated in Reims, this museum is housed in the building where the unconditional surrender of Germany was signed on May 7, 1945, effectively ending World War II in Europe. It offers an insightful exhibition on the history and significance of this event.
  • Basilique Saint-Remi: Another impressive religious site in Reims, the Basilique Saint-Remi is a UNESCO World Heritage site and an important pilgrimage destination. It showcases a mix of Romanesque and Gothic architectural styles and houses the relics of Saint Remi, the bishop who baptized Clovis, the first King of the Franks.
  • Faux de Verzy: Located northeast of Reims, the Faux de Verzy is a unique forest known for its twisted and gnarled beech trees. It offers a picturesque setting for a leisurely hike or a picnic amidst the enchanting natural beauty.
  • Château de Condé: Situated in Condé-en-Brie, this elegant Renaissance castle is surrounded by beautiful gardens and vineyards. It offers guided tours that allow visitors to explore the grand rooms, admire the period furnishings, and learn about the fascinating history of the castle and its former owners.
  • Musée de la Vigne et du Vin: Found in Verzenay, this museum is dedicated to the history and culture of wine-making in the Champagne region. It showcases a vast collection of tools, machinery, and artifacts related to viticulture and offers an interactive experience for wine enthusiasts.
  • Colline Saint-Nicaise: Located in Reims, this hill offers a panoramic view of the city and its surrounding vineyards. It is a popular spot for picnics and leisurely walks, providing a peaceful escape from the bustling city center.
  • Fort de la Pompelle: Situated southeast of Reims, this well-preserved fortress played a significant role in the First World War. Visitors can explore the underground tunnels, artillery rooms, and exhibits that depict the conditions and strategies of the war. 10. Parc de Champagne: Found in Châlons-en-Champagne, this beautifully landscaped park is perfect for a relaxing stroll or a family outing. It features a lake, playgrounds, picnic areas, and even a mini-golf course, providing a variety of recreational activities for visitors of all ages.

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